Microscope is very pleased to present an evening of moving image works by Korea-born, New York-based artist Hey-Yeun Jang. The program includes films, videos and 35mm slide works spanning more than 20 years, from the artist’s 1995 Super VHS video “self-denial”, made in grad school, to her 2016 “flickering” a dual 35mm slide projection piece reworking earlier Super 8mm footage of her own eye, as well as a new work-in-progress on 16mm film.
Submissions are now open for LUNATIK film and arts festival in Leipzig, Germany. The second edition will be held in June 2019 and it will consist of one weekend of film projections, live scores, video installations, workshops and more.
Send your short or medium-length films (1h max.) until March 3rd 2019: [email protected]
All genres including Fiction | Documentary | Experimental.
VISIONS : 15.02.19 : Nazlı Dinçel In collaboration with La lumière collective, VISIONS presents : Nazlı Dinçel | Feelings are Facts [Filmmaker present | En présence de la cinéaste | Projection 16mm + HD] +++ 15.02.19 FEELINGS ARE FACTS [Oeuvres réalisées par | Works by Nazlı Dinçel]
Her Silent Seaming 2014 | sound | colour | 16mm | 11 mins
Submissions are now open for Braziers Mini Indi Film Festival 2019. Located in Oxfordshire, the festival offers an opportunity for independent filmmakers to show their short film to an enthusiastic audience, in the unique, historical setting of Braziers Park, the UK's longest running international community and educational centre, and home to the annual Supernormal Festival. We accept short films in any genre, with a particular focus on experimental works and artists' film, up to 30 mins in length.
How does technology reproduce the mechanisms of vision? What questions arise from the intersections between capitalism, art, cinema, the mind, and neuroscience? What are the political, social, and philosophical consequences of the technological expansion and recreation of the visible? Who decides how we see and what we see? This following February at Cineteca Madrid we will explore the visual imaginaries produced by the technologies of cinema, art, performance, critical thinking, and virtual reality that amplify our ways of seeing and being in the world.
Friday, February 1, 2019 (All day) to Saturday, February 2, 2019 (All day)